Fighting against two opponents at the same time was turning out to be a little more difficult than she had expected. Maybe she had overestimated her current abilities, or maybe she had underestimated the potential of the two youths… regardless, the goddess had to keep the fight going for a little while longer, at least until she was certain of what they were capable of.
The girl named Krystal managed to stop her tail for a while before literally spinning around. Despite her looks, she owned large amounts of physical strength, as no normal person would be able to block a blow from her tail like that. Not only that, but she also seemed to know how to fight, as she used the momentum she had gained to direct a powerful punch at her. It wasn’t something that the goddess could just “take”, so she placed her tail in the middle of the way to block the attack. Despite her efforts, however, she was still pushed back by the blow.
The fox-girl considered shooting a couple of arrows at Krystal as she attacked, but she noticed she had no time for that: two pulses of magical energy were heading her way at a fast speed. She focused her mind on creating another wall of ivy plants that successfully blocked one of them, but her casting wasn’t fast enough for the other. The goddess was only capable of protecting her body with her tail, which was unfortunately only useful for blocking physical attacks.
It hurt. They were fighting well. But no, just a little more. She couldn’t stop just yet.
The goddess leaped towards Mystic again. This time, however, she wouldn’t just attack with her tail. Instead, she made a thin, almost delicate wall of ivy grow between her and him. It’d be one that could be taken down with a single spell, but that was fine. It wasn’t a shield; just a screen. She had blocked Mystic’s view, but the goddess could still feel where he was. She shot a total number of five leaf arrows his way from different points of the wall. The arrows passed through small openings, attacking from angles that the boy wouldn’t be able to predict. To make sure that he didn’t see a thing, the goddess had made the wall a bit longer: if he wanted to get to her, he’d have to destroy the wall or go around, which would take a crucial number of second.
Of course, she hadn’t forgotten about Krystal: as the first arrow was shot towards Mystic, the goddess had already begun the preparations for her next attack.
Muttering those words, a curtain of white smoke surrounded the goddess. It’d block Krystal’s view on what she was doing for a second. At the next moment though (the same moment the 5th arrow would fly off), “something” would dash from within the smoke. A big, white fox. The goddess had changed shapes, and with increased speed it had closed into the girl and had jumped with her fangs aiming to bite her right arm.
[Feral Mode (Form) Used]